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Observation of sea surface roughness at a pixel scale using multi-angle sun glitter images

2018-03-05

Citation:Zhang, H., K. Yang, X. Lou, Y. Li, G. Zheng, J. Wang, X. Wang, L. Ren, D. Li and A. Shi. Observation of sea surface roughness at a pixel scale using multi-angle sun glitter images acquired by the ASTER sensor. Remote Sensing of Environment, 2018, 208: 97-108.


Citation:Zhang, H., K. Yang, X. Lou, Y. Li, G. Zheng, J. Wang, X. Wang, L. Ren, D. Li and A. Shi. Observation of sea surface roughness at a pixel scale using multi-angle sun glitter images acquired by the ASTER sensor. Remote Sensing of Environment, 2018, 208: 97-108.

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部分海面粗糙度估算结果图

Estimation results for the sea surface roughness derived by using six multi-angle ASTER images matched to field buoy wind speeds. The red stars denote the locations of the field buoys.

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(a) Sub-image of the estimated SSR image showing submarine sand waves acquired on 16 July 2003 in the Taiwan Strait. The black line labeled “Profile” is the SSR profile across five sand waves from north to south plotted in (b). (b) SSR profile across five sand waves along the “Profile” line in (a) from north to south. The five red circles represent the location of sand-wave ridges.